Tabuk, Kalinga

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Balen ning Tabuk
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Karinan
Ph_locator_kalinga_tabuk.pngMapa ning Kalinga papakit ne ing karinan ning Tabuk.
Gubyernu
Labuad Cordillera Administrative Region
Lalawigan Kalinga
Distritu 1st district of Kalinga
Barangay 40
Panakitan: 1st Class; Partially Urban
Mitatag June 16, 1950
Mayor Camilo T. Lammawin, Jr.
Physical characteristics
Lapad 741.7 km²
Populasyun

     Kabilugan (2000)      Pangasiksik


78,633
105.2/km²
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Ing Tabuk primera yang klasing balen king lalawigan ning Kalinga, Filipinas. Agpang keng 2000 sensus, atin yang populasyun a 78,633 a katau kareng 13,985 a pamimalemale.


Deng Barangay[mag-edit | alilan ya ing pikuwanan]

Ing Tabuk atin yang 42ng barangay.

  • Agbannawag
  • Amlao
  • Appas
  • Bagumbayan
  • Balawag
  • Balong
  • Bantay
  • Bulanao
  • Bulanao Norte
  • Cabaritan
  • Cabaruan
  • Calaccad
  • Calanan
  • Dilag
  • Dupag
  • Gobgob
  • Guilayon
  • Ipil
  • Lanna
  • Laya East
  • Laya West
  • Lucog
  • Magnao
  • Magsaysay
  • Malalao
  • Masablang
  • Nambaran
  • Nambucayan
  • Naneng
  • Dagupan Centro (Pob.)
  • San Juan
  • Suyang
  • Tuga
  • Bado Dangwa
  • Bulo
  • Casigayan
  • Cudal
  • Dagupan Weste
  • Lacnog
  • Malin-awa
  • New Tanglag
  • San Julian

People[mag-edit | alilan ya ing pikuwanan]

The population of Tabuk is a combination of different cultures. The town engages in commerce and trade. The town is a center of economic activity for the far-flung areas of Kalinga. Merchants from Pangasinan and other nearby provinces come to the town center to trade mostly for rice which is the major product of Kalinga.

Suglung Palwal[mag-edit | alilan ya ing pikuwanan]

Balen ning Kalinga
Balbalan | Lubuagan | Pasil | Pinukpuk | Rizal | Tabuk | Tanudan | Tinglayan